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South Pac Regional Fleet Orders – May 2018

In this week’s Blue Swan Infographic, we explore the new aircraft fleets on order for the South Pacific. Over 200 aircraft are intended for our

Asia Regional Fleet Orders – May 2018

In this week’s Blue Swan Infographic, we explore the new aircraft fleets on order for the Asia market. Over 4,300 aircraft are intended for Asia,

EMEA Regional Fleet Orders – May 2018

In this week’s Blue Swan Infographic, we explore the new aircraft fleets on order for the EMEA market. Over 4,000 aircraft are intended for EMEA,

Americas Regional Fleet Orders – May 2018

In this week’s Blue Swan Infographic, we explore the new aircraft fleets on order for the Americas market. Almost 3,400 aircraft are intended for the

Monthly Route Recap – April 2018

In Apr-2018, 700 new routes will be launched around the world, equating to an increase of 2.8% of all routes. A total of 102 countries

Congestion at major airports lead to a boom in secondary airport builds

Speaking at the CAPA Asia Aviation Summit this week, Scoot head of sales and distribution Trevor Spinks said congestion at major airports in Asia will lead to

Qantas and Emirates provide major update on their partnership, adjusting trans Tasman flying

Qantas and Emirates announced (11-Oct-2017) additional network changes under their joint partnership, to offer greater year round frequency and more services between Australia and New Zealand. The carriers stated the changes

NZ Supreme Court rules against New Zealand Basing Ltd requirement to retire at age of 55

New Zealand‘s Supreme Court ruled (13-Sep-2017) to allow an appeal by two Cathay Pacific pilots based in Auckland. The pilots, David Brown and Glen Sycamore, appealed to Cathay

Airport Traffic Data: A 20 Year Review

Australia’s passenger and flight numbers continue to grow according to the Bureau of Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Economics.  20 years of growth in Australian aviation has seen

Blue Swan Infographic: Is the UK brexiting Australia?

There continues to be a trend where international visitors from the UK are “brexiting” Australia, but it is not exactly as it seems. Despite growth

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